Product code: 68274718
Celebrate Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Royal Wedding with this collectable mug from Cath Kidston. This Royal Stafford earthenware mug features the happy couple at their wedding venue, Windsor Castle. It comes gift boxed, making a memorable present as well as an item to treasure.
Choose the perfect china
All our china is made from clay and kiln-fired for durability. Except for pieces with special trims, everything is dishwasher safe. Below are a few options to consider when choosing your perfect china.
|Earthenware||Strong and practical, perfect for everyday. Its cream colour and low firing temperatures allow for designed pieces.|
|Stoneware||Tougher than earthenware and chip resistant. Ideal for heavy use and can often go into the oven to temperatures of up to 250°C.|
|Terracotta||Uses a clay with a rich body colour giving the characteristic base colour, and has a low glaze firing allowing bright coloured glazes. Porous body allows for good thermal expansion and contraction properties making it an ideal body for cookware such as tagines and roasters.|
|Porcelain||Delicate yet strong. Carefully selected clays give whiteness and translucency. It can often go from oven to table.|
|Fine china||The synthetic bone ash used in fine china makes it a more affordable alternative to bone china whilst maintaining the benefits - strength, translucency & delicacy.|
|Bone china||Bone china is made from 40% bone ash. This makes strong yet thin and delicate pieces which are microwave, dishwasher* and oven safe making each piece ideal for everyday use, not just formal.|
*Unless product has metallic details - always check individual item for specific care instructions
- Cath Kidston
- Country of Origin
- H11 x W14 x D10cm
- Dishwasher Safe
- Gift boxed
- Microwave Safe
Cath Kidston Ltd was founded in 1993 when she opened a tiny shop in London's Holland Park. She began by selling the vintage fabrics, wallpapers and brightly-painted junk furniture she remembered fondly from her childhood. Her clever, witty re-working of traditional English country house style meant that her shop soon became a cult success.
Gradually, Cath began to design her own prints and products. Today the brand is synonymous with quirky prints and patterns, for everything from clothing and accessories to mobile phone cases and crockery.